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10 latest LSEHSC publications

The cost-effectiveness challenge: is it worth it?
Knapp, Martin (2015) The cost-effectiveness challenge: is it worth it? Alzheimer’s Research & Therapy, 7 (1). pp. 1-3. ISSN 1758-9193

Poverty in African households: the limits of survey representations
Randall, Sara and Coast, Ernestina (2015) Poverty in African households: the limits of survey representations. Journal of Development Studies, 51 (2). pp. 162-177. ISSN 0022-0388

Can local communities 'sustain' HIV/AIDS programmes? A South African example
Gibbs, Andrew, Campbell, Catherine and Maimane, Sbongile (2015) Can local communities 'sustain' HIV/AIDS programmes? A South African example. Health Promotion International, 30 (1). pp. 114-125. ISSN 0957-4824

Poverty in African households: the limits of survey and census representations
Randall, Sara and Coast, Ernestina (2015) Poverty in African households: the limits of survey and census representations. In: Jerven, Morten and Johnston, Deborah, (eds.) Statistical Tragedy in Africa? Evaluating the Database for African Economic Development. Routledge, Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9781138945821 (In Press)

Obesity in the Middle East
Nikoloski, Zlatko (2015) Obesity in the Middle East. In: Ahima, Rexford S., (ed.) Metabolic Syndrome: A Comprehensive Textbook. Springer Reference. ISBN 9783319112527 (In Press)

Letters: Fildes et al. Respond
Fildes, Alison, Charlton, Judith, Rudisill, Caroline, Littlejohns, Peter, Prevost, Toby and Gulliford, Martin C. (2015) Letters: Fildes et al. Respond. American Journal of Public Health . ISSN 0090-0036 (In Press)

Improving health worker performance: the patient-perspective from a PBF program in Rwanda
Lannes, Laurence (2015) Improving health worker performance: the patient-perspective from a PBF program in Rwanda. Social Science and Medicine, 138 . pp. 1-11. ISSN 0277-9536

Individual cognitive stimulation therapy for dementia: a clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness pragmatic, multicentre, randomised controlled trial
Orgeta, Vasiliki, Leung, Phuong, Yates, Lauren, Kang, Sujin, Hoare, Zoë, Henderson, Catherine, Whitaker, Chris, Burns, Alistair, Knapp, Martin, Leroi, Iracema, Moniz-Cook, Esme D., Pearson, Stephen, Simpson, Stephen, Spector, Aimee, Roberts, Steven, Russell, Ian T., de Waal, Hugo, Woods, Robert T. and Orrell, Martin (2015) Individual cognitive stimulation therapy for dementia: a clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness pragmatic, multicentre, randomised controlled trial. Health Technology Assessment, 19 (64). pp. 1-108. ISSN 1366-5278

Health: the social model of health
Bauer, Annette and Wistow, Gerald (2015) Health: the social model of health. In: ESSEC Business School, 07-08 Jul 2015, Paris, France.

What are reasons for the large gender differences in the lethality of suicidal acts? An epidemiological analysis in four European countries
Mergl, Roland, Koburger, Nicole, Heinrichs, Katherina, Székely, András, Tóth, Mónika Ditta, Coyne, James, Quintão, Sónia, Arensman, Ella, Coffey, Claire, Maxwell, Margaret, Värnik, Airi, van Audenhove, Chantal, McDaid, David, Sarchiapone, Marco, Schmidtke, Armin, Genz, Axel, Gusmão, Ricardo and Hegerl, Ulrich (2015) What are reasons for the large gender differences in the lethality of suicidal acts? An epidemiological analysis in four European countries. PLOS One, 10 (7). e0129062. ISSN 1932-6203

 

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